Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)

Arnaud Sanz

Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)
Counsel

Arnaud Sanz is an antitrust, competition and regulatory lawyer based in Paris. Arnaud advises on all aspects of competition law, including restrictive agreements and abuse of dominance and merger control with a particular expertise regarding cartel investigations, multi-filings and contractual audits. He was admitted to the bar in 2004 and qualified into the practice’s antitrust, competition and regulatory group in 2010.

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Articles

2205 Bulletin

Marta Giner Asins, Arnaud Sanz The Moroccan Telecommunications Authority issues the first enforcement decision under the national competition regime by imposing a maximum fine on the incumbent telecom for failing to unbundle the local loop (Maroc Telecom)

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First enforcement decision under Moroccan competition regime* On 17 January 2020, the Agence Nationale de Réglementation des Télécommunications (ANRT), the Moroccan telecoms regulator, imposed a fine of MAD 3.3bn (approx. USD340m) on Maroc Telecom, the incumbent telecoms operator, for failing to (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Dylan Damaj The General Court of the European Union upholds the imposition of a fine of €2.5 million to companies for breach of their duty to cooperate during an inspection of the Commission (EPH / EPIA)

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On November 27, 2014, the General Court of the European Union (Court) upheld the imposition of a fine of €2.5 million to the companies EPH and EPIA for breach of their duty to cooperate during an inspection of the European Commission (Commission). This heavy sanction once again illustrates the (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Michel Pflieger The Paris Court of Appeal issues a ruling on the communication by the Competition Authority of documents gathered before victims of alleged anticompetitive practices bring private enforcement claims (DKT)

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In a decision dated September 24, 2014, the Paris Court of Appeal (Court of Appeal) issuing a ruling on the communication by the French Competition Authority (FCA) of documents held in its own file to a civil court before which a victim of alleged anticompetitive practices had brought a private (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Tien Hua The Paris Court of Appeal dismisses an appeal brought by the French Competition Authority and rejects the claim that the sanction violated the prohibition on double jeopardy (Unilever / Henkel / Procter & Gamble / Colgate Palmolive)

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On 30 January 2014, the Paris Court of Appeal (Court of Appeal) dismissed the appeals brought against the decision of the French Competition Authority (FCA) in the consumer detergents sector, by confirming that the infringements sanctioned by the European Commission (Commission) and the FCA (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Tien Hua The Paris Court of Appeal dismisses the appeals which contested the criteria applied in calculating the fines after having settled the case before the Competition Authority (Nestlé Purina Petcare France and Royal Canin)

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By a judgment of October 10, 2013, the Paris Court of Appeal (the Court of Appeal) dismissed the appeals which contested the criteria applied in calculating the fines. Although appeals on such grounds should be permitted for parties who have decided to use the French settlement procedure (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Lolita Berthol-Balladur The General Court of the European Union recalls the principle of the accessory character of the liability of parent companies for the anticompetitive actions of their subsidiaries (Roca Sanitario, Laufen Austria, Roca and Keramag Keramische)

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In the context of appeals lodged against the decision of the European Commission (the Commission) in the area of bathroom fittings, the General Court of the European Union (the General Court) took the occasion to recall the principle of the accessory character of the liability of parent (...)

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